Fly-tipping is ‘the illegal deposit of any waste onto land, ie waste dumped or tipped on a site with no licence to accept waste’. Fly-tipping affects the aesthetic appeal of an area and causes damage to the environment. Waste can include: general household waste; larger domestic items including fridges and mattresses; garden refuse; and commercial waste such as builders’ rubble, clinical waste and tyres.
The Council Revenue Budget Books contain the Revenue Budget approved at full Council along with comparator figures for the previous years' approved budget.
One budget book provides information based on the Councils departmental/service structure and the other budget book provides information based on the CIPFA Service Reporting Code of Practice which establishes proper practices with regard to consistent financial reporting for services.
Argyll and Bute is split into 11 multi-councillor areas or 'wards'. This means that for every ward there are at least 3 councillors that represent the area you live in.
If you are unsure of what ward you live in you can use our maps to find your local councillor
As Councillor Freeman spends a great deal of time away from his office at home on Council business, anyone wishing to contact him should leave a message on the answering machine on his business telephone number at home (01436-811325) or email him and he will get back to you on his return to his home office.
All of our school meal menus are compliant with the Nutritional Requirements for Food and Drink in Schools (Scotland) Regulations 2008. You can be assured that all school meal menus are nutritionally balanced and meet the required standards.